Moderate Income Housing

Case Study

In Pittsburg, job growth in several sectors of the economy is creating a need for more housing of all types. KHRC and the City have worked together using the Moderate Income Housing Program to redevelop a city block that was once the site of an elementary school. The MIH funding was used to relocate the water and sewer lines that allowed ten single family homes to be constructed at the site. With ten different designs, the houses have an average cost of $166,750. 

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Former elementary school site converted to ten single-family homes, Pittsburg, Kansas

Program Description

The Moderate Income Housing program serves the needs of moderate-income households that don’t qualify for federal housing assistance. MIH grants and/or loans are awarded to cities and counties to develop multi-family rental units, single-family for-purchase homes, and water, sewer and street extensions in communities with populations fewer than 60,000 people.

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Audience Served

Cities and counties with populations fewer than 60,000.

Funding Source

State Housing Trust Fund, administered by KHRC.

Staff Contact

Fred Bentley
fbentley@kshousingcorp.org
Director of Housing Development
785-217-2029

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Income Guidelines

Household SizeMaximum Income for Weatherization (200% of FPL)
1 $  24,980
2 $  33,820
3 $  42,660
4 $  51,500
5 $  60,340
6 $  69,180
7 $  78,020
8 $  86,860
9 $  95,700
10 $104,540
11 $113,380
12 $122,220
13 $131,060
14 $139,900
15 $148,740
16 $157,580
17 $166,420
18 $175,260
19 $184,100
20 $192,940
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